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Studies Start to Develop Marigold UK North Sea Field Using Piper Bravo Platform

May 10, 2022

Pre-front end engineering and design studies (Pre-FEED) have started for the development of the Ithaca and Hibiscus owned Marigold field via the Repsol Sinopec-operated Piper Bravo platform in the UK North Sea. Repsol Sinopec made the announcement…

Scana's Seasystems to Deliver Anchoring System for FPSO in Brazil

May 10, 2022

Scana's Seasystems has secured a contract worth more than NOK 50 million (more than ~$5,16 million) to deliver an anchoring system to an FPSO project in Brazil.Seasystems will deliver mooring equipment such as dual axis chain stoppers, chain handling systems…

Lamprell to Upgrade Three Jack-up Rigs for International Rig Operator

May 10, 2022

Offshore construction firm Lamprell said Tuesday it was engaged with an international rig operator for major upgrade work on three jack-up drilling rigs in readiness for their deployment in the Gulf region.The first of the rigs will arrive at Lamprell's Hamriyah quayside this month…

Saipem Eyes 2B Euro Capital Hike in Summer - CEO to Paper

May 10, 2022

Italian energy services group Saipem is working to bring forward a planned 2 billion euro ($2.12 billion) capital increase and carry it out in the summer, CEO Francesco Caio told Il Sole 24 Ore in an interview published on Tuesday.The capital…

SapuraOMV Spuds Kanga-1 Well Offshore W. Australia

May 10, 2022

SapuraOMV has started drilling at the Kanga-1 well in the WA-412-P offshore license in Western Australia, Finder Energy, a partner in the project said Tuesday.The well is located in the Dampier Sub-basin, around 20 km east of the Mutineer/Exeter and Fletcher/Finucane oil fields…

Maersk Drilling Wins Contract Extension for Offshore Rig in Brazil

May 10, 2022

Australian oil and gas company Karoon Energy has extended the contract for the use of Maersk Drilling's Maersk Developer semi-submersible drilling rig offshore Brazil.Karoon Energy has exercised its option to add the drilling of up to two wells…

Equinor Sells Stakes in Greater Ekofisk Area, Martin Linge Field to Sval Energi for $1 Billion

May 10, 2022

Norwegian oil and gas company Equinor has agreed to sell its non-operated share in the Greater Ekofisk Area and a minority share in the Martin Linge offshore field, both offshore Norway, to Sval Energi for $1 billion in cash, plus contingent payments linked to oil and gas prices in 2022 and 2023…

Offshore Wind: Agreement Opens Dutch Waters to Danish Vessels

May 09, 2022

A new agreement between Denmark and the Netherlands enhances the competitive situation for Danish ships operating within the offshore sector in the Netherlands.With the agreement, the authorities of the two countries mutually accept that high…

Sembcorp Marine Orders NOV Equipment for Maersk's Wind Turbine Installation Vessel

May 09, 2022

Singapore-based Sembcorp Marine has awarded NOV contracts to supply equipment for the wind turbine installation vessel (WTIV) it is building for Maersk Supply Service. This will be the first WTIV for both Semcorp Marine and Maersk Supply Service…

PHOTO: Ocean Infinity's First 78-meter Robotic Ship Hits the Water

May 09, 2022

Ocean Infinity, a seabed survey and ocean research company based in the United States, has released the first photographs of their Armada 78m remotely operated ship taking to the water, and shared them with Offshore Engineer.More than two years ago…

Greece, UAE Agree Joint Investments in Energy, Other Sectors

May 09, 2022

Greece and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) agreed to jointly fund investments worth 4 billion euros ($4.2 billion) in the Mediterranean country and explore further cooperation in the energy sector, the Greek prime minister's office said on Monday…

Longboat Energy Farms Into Two Offshore Exploration Projects in Norway

May 09, 2022

Longboat Energy, an oil and gas company established in late 2019 by ex-Faroe Petroleum management team, has farmed into two near-term, gas-weighted exploration prospects offshore Norway, through an agreement with the Australian oil and gas company OMV…

ConocoPhillips Files Development Plan for Offshore Oil Field in Norway

May 09, 2022

ConocoPhillips submitted on Monday a plan to develop an oil discovery in the Norwegian North Sea for 10.5 billion Norwegian crowns ($1.10 billion), the U.S. petroleum company said.Known as Eldfisk North, the development is part of the wider Ekofisk area…

Cadeler Orders $345M Offshore Wind Foundation Installation Vessel from COSCO

May 09, 2022

Danish offshore wind installation services provider Cadeler has officially ordered a $345 million offshore wind foundation installation vessel from China's COSCO Heavy Industries.Cadeler first announced the plan to order the F-class vessel last week…

UK CMA Says Noble Corp, Maersk Drilling Proposal Could Alleviate Competition Concerns over Merger

May 09, 2022

Offshore drilling contractors Noble Corporation and Maersk Drilling are making progress with regards to the completion of their proposed merger transaction, as the UK Competition and Markets Authority said Monday it might accept the two companies' proposed solution to alleviate competition concerns…

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